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Nuclear proliferation in South Asia

Nuclear proliferation in South Asia

containing the threat : a staff report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear nonproliferation.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- South Asia.,
  • South Asia -- Foreign relations -- United States.

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    SeriesS. prt -- 100-121.
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17747391M

    Yet in South Asia, a nuclear stalemate between India and Pakistan persists, with decades of tension that regularly threaten to escalate at a moment’s notice. In Washington, discussion of the threat of nuclear proliferation mostly focuses on Iran and North Korea. The Nonproliferation Review is a refereed journal concerned with the causes, consequences, and control of the spread of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons. The Review features case studies, theoretical analyses, historical studies, reports, viewpoints, and book reviews on such issues as state-run weapons programs, treaties and export controls, safeguards, verification and compliance.


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The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern.

As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation’s effects on the crisis behaviour of newly nuclear multinivel.top: S.

Paul Kapur. As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation’s effects on the crisis behaviour of newly nuclear states.

This volume creates a dialogue between scholars who believe that nuclear weapons have stabilized the subcontinent, and those who believe that nuclear weapons have made South Asia more conflict multinivel.top: Sumit Ganguly.

Aug 06,  · This edited volume explores competing perspectives on the impact of nuclear weapons proliferation on the South Asian security multinivel.top spread of nuclear weapons is one of the worlds foremost security concerns.

The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of paCited by: 6. The way the war was conducted, however, seems to support the argument that even if war occurs, nuclear weapons will keep it restrained and under control.2 India responded forcefully only at the point of Pakistan’s attack, even though doing so was extremely costly to the Indian multinivel.top by: 4.

The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern. As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation's effects on the crisis behaviour of newly nuclear Price: $ The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern.

As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation’s effects on the crisis behaviour of newly nuclear. Dec 01,  · The effect of nuclear weapons on the behaviour of newly nuclear states, and the potential for future international crises, are of particular concern.

As a region of burgeoning economic and political importance, South Asia offers a crucial test of proliferation's effects on the crisis behaviour of newly nuclear states/5(3).

Apr 23,  · Most argue that nuclear proliferation will destabilize the world and increase the risk of nuclear war. Others counter that the threat of nuclear war is enough to convince new nuclear nations to adopt prudent security policies. In this bookCited by: 7. Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: Towards World War III.

The world witnessed a major historical event in when subcontinent, which was governed as a one unit from Khyber to Burma since almost last one thousand years, partitioned by the ruling British Empire resulting into Author: Syed Jazib Shamim. Southern Asia’s Nuclear Powers. strategic deterrence in South Asia." The Stimson Center’s Krepon adds, “Pakistan is a disadvantaged state that tries to compensate for weaknesses with a.

"This is an important book, containing valuable analysis about the effects of nuclear weapons on security in South Asia and broader insights about the potential effects of nuclear proliferation Cited by: This book focuses primarily on our disagreements about nuclear weapons proliferation in South Asia.

First, we develop competing theoretical accounts of proliferation’s strategic effects. Ganguly argues that nuclear weapons, because of their inherent destructive properties, induce even the most intransigent adversaries to exercise restraint and prevent the escalation of violent conflicts.

The India-Pakistan crisis of was the latest in a series of crises and conflicts in South Asia, going back toin which nuclear weapons cast a shadow over decision-making. Judging by the state of relations between India and Pakistan and the intermittent nature of crisis and conflict between the two countries sincemilitary confrontation is distinctly possible in the future, indeed quite multinivel.top by: 7.

Does the proliferation of nuclear weapons cause ongoing conflicts to diminish or to intensify. The spread of nuclear weapons to South Asia offers an opportunity to investigate this crucial question.

Optimistic scholars argue that by threatening to raise the cost of war astronomically, nuclear weapons make armed conflict in South Asia extremely unlikely.

Pessimistic scholars maintain that. Most argue that nuclear proliferation will destabilize the world and increase the risk of nuclear war.

Others counter that the threat of nuclear war is enough to convince new nuclear nations to adopt prudent security multinivel.top this book, Devin Hagerty examines the relationship between two emerging nuclear powers—India and Pakistan—to assess how nuclear weapons have changed their foreign and.

"The United States remains deeply concerned by the dangers posed by the continuing buildup of nuclear weapons and their delivery systems in South Asia," Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Non proliferation Thomas Countryman said in his address to the Review Conference of the States Parties to the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons in Geneva on Aug 01,  · Nuclear proliferation in South Asia is in part a consequence of the security dilemma existing in the subcontinent.

Security dilemmas arise when a state's mechanisms for increasing its security negatively impact the security and threat perceptions of other states.[1] As one expert stated. Nuclear Weapons and Conflict in South Asia Stephen P to the American-led process of containing proliferation by a strategy of treaty adherence.

as the dominant power of South Asia. The. Thus, this book provides both new insights into the domestic politics behind specific nuclear policy choices in South Asia, a critique of narrow realist views of nuclear proliferation, and the dangers of nuclear proliferation in South Asia.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Preventing Catastrophe: U.S. Policy Options for Management of Nuclear Weapons in South Asia - India and Pakistan Proliferation Threat, Strategic Delivery Capability, Conflict in Kashmir, NPT.

Adopts a regional approach to the problem of nuclear proliferation. Focusing on South Asia and new ways in which the US can discourage or contain proliferation, this book.

Get this from a library. Nuclear proliferation in South Asia: crisis behaviour and the bomb. [Sumit Ganguly; S Paul Kapur; Varun Sahni; John H Gill; Manjeet Singh Pardesi; Karthika Sasikumar; Devin T Hagerty; Neil Joeck; Praveen Swami; Kanti P Bajpai; Andrew Scobell; Michael R Chambers;] -- "This edited volume explores competing perspectives of the impact of nuclear weapons proliferation on.

The first Nuclear Learning course—“Nuclear South Asia: A Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb”—is available for free at multinivel.top "Nuclear South Asia" is the most comprehensive collection of perspectives regarding India and Pakistan's nuclear trajectories available online.

It has repeatedly proposed a nuclear free zone in South Asia and has proclaimed its willingness to engage in nuclear disarmament and to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty if India would do so.

It has endorsed a United States proposal for a regional five power conference to. Does the proliferation of nuclear weapons cause ongoing conflicts to diminish or to intensify. The spread of nuclear weapons to South Asia offers an opportunity to investigate this crucial question.

Optimistic scholars argue that by threatening to raise the cost of war astronomically, nuclear weapons make armed conflict in South Asia extremely unlikely.5/5(1). Jan 06,  · Formerly, she was a research fellow at the University of Leeds, UK. She is also a graduate of the Daniel K.

Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS), Hawaii. Her latest book is Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: New Technologies and Challenges to Sustainable Peace (Oxford: Rutledge, ).

The relentlessness of the confrontations between these two nations makes Inside Nuclear South Asia a must read for anyone wishing to gain a thorough understanding of the spread of nuclear weapons in South Asia and the potential consequences of nuclear proliferation on the multinivel.top book begins with an analysis of the factors that led to.

Nuclear and Missile Proliferation in Asia. Laos. Malaysia. Mongolia. New Zealand Asian Security Handbook piracy pirates political potential Prime Minister recent regime regional security relations relationship role Russia ships Singapore South Asia South China Sea South Pacific Southeast Asia Spratly Islands SRBM.

Jul 15,  · The dynamics of nuclear proliferation in South Asia are driven by a need to establish some measure of relative parity against their principal adversaries—India against China and Author: Rajkumar Singh. Arora, Nath: Nuclear Weapons; A Changing Facade of War.

Delhi: Radha Pub.,p., Rs. Bailey, Kathleen C (ed): Weapons of Mass Destruction (Costs Versus. Nuclear proliferation continues to be among the greatest dangers facing the United States and global security.

The articles in Going Nuclear address the key questions in the ongoing debate over the causes and consequences of nuclear proliferation, with special attention to the critical case of South Asia.

This excellent collection of articles. Jul 01,  · Some believed nuclearization would stabilize South Asia; others prophesized disaster. Authors of two of the most comprehensive books on South Asia's new nuclear era, Šumit Ganguly and S. Paul Kapur, offer competing theories on the transformation of the region and what these patterns mean for the world's next proliferators.

The U.S. has generally opposed nuclear proliferation in South Asia, while seeking to preserve good relations with both India and Pakistan.

At times, however, its commitment has been questioned, because it has seemed to subordinate nonproliferation policy to other concerns. The problem of proliferation --Militarized behavior during the South Asian proliferation process --Territorial preferences and military capabilities --The nonnuclear period --The de facto nuclear period --The overt nuclear period --Beyond South Asia --Dangerous deterrent --Appendix --Notes --Bibliography.

Nuclear proliferation in South Asia. Canberra, Australia ; Miami, Fla., USA: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, (OCoLC) @article{osti_, title = {Nuclear nonproliferation strategies for South Asia}, author = {Davis, Z.S.}, abstractNote = {Continued expansion of the nuclear weapons capabilities of India and Pakistan, coupled with ongoing conflict between them, raises the probability of nuclear war in South Asia.

A nuclear arms race between India and Pakistan. Discover librarian-selected research resources on Nuclear Proliferation from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more. Inside Nuclear South Asia By Scott D.

Sagan Stanford Security Studies, Read preview. An important and critical re-evaluation of South Asia's post-tests nuclear politics. Unlike other books, this volume emphasises the political dimension of South Asia's nuclear weapons, explains how the bombs are used as politico-strategic assets rather than pure battlefield weapons and how they are employed by India and Pakistan in an extremely complex and competitive South Asian strategic.

Michael Krepon is co-founder of the Stimson Center and editor of Nuclear Risk Reduction in South Asia () and Escalation Control and the Nuclear Option in South Asia ().

His most recent book is Better Safe than Sorry: The Ironies of Living with the Bomb (). Feb 15,  · Nuclear proliferation is part politics, part science and technology.

This appendix is the single best introduction to the science and technology part: the principles of fission and fusion, the physical properties of fissile material, the design for both fission and fusion nuclear weapons, and the production of fissile multinivel.top: Bradley A.

Thayer. Get this from a library! Nuclear proliferation: Islam, the bomb, and South Asia. [Rodney W Jones; Georgetown University.

Center for Strategic and International Studies.].’One of the first books that links nuclear proliferation with protracted conflicts.

The book provides an excellent empirical analysis of the nuclear choices of new nuclear states, India and Pakistan. A must read for all interested in nuclear proliferation, protracted conflicts and South Asian security.Mr.

Zukang discussed the International Nuclear Proliferation regime and how members must not take advantage of the military situation in South Asia or proliferation will be disrupted.